I have 11 guineas I raised since I got them as day old keets in July. They have been free ranging for the past month. They started going through the fence to the neighbors this past week. After my dad cut the grass a couple of days ago, they spend a lot more time over there in their over grown yard eating grass seeds. Now my neighbor is mad and says they swarm her grand kids (10 & 16) and daughter and have pecked their legs and shorts. I'm having a hard time believing this, as these guys are scared of strangers and don't come close enough to us or our company that come over to touch us or so we can touch them. Her kids are scared of anything and everything. She has not seen it, only hears what the kids say. Does this behavior sound plausible? We have 5 acres and live in the country. I got them for tick control. How seriously should I take her issue of my guineas in her yard if they are not actually trying to hurt anyone. By the way, her cat pretty much lives in my yard and her old dog killed lots of my mom's chickens years ago and she never once tried to keep the dog home (no fence on her property or tying it up). I don't want to go back to feuding with my neighbor, but I also do not want to allow their paranoia dictate my guineas. I told her I would make sure and leave a patch of grass for them next time we mow.